The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expected that the country's banking system will recover from the ongoing crisis next year, a senior bank official said here on Thursday.
Ukraine has put its forces near Crimea and in eastern Ukraine on high alert, as Russia accused it of provocation in Crimea and vowed to take additional measures.
Several hundreds of miners from across Ukraine rallied in central Kiev early Wednesday, demanding authorities to take actions against a crisis that gripped the country's coal mining industry.
Some 2,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the outbreak of the conflict in the eastern parts of Ukraine nearly a year and a half ago, a government military official said here Monday.
The Ukrainian-American command post exercises code-named "Fearless Guardian-2015" kicked off in the western Ukrainian region of Lvov on Monday, the country's Defense Ministry said.
Russia is concerned with arrival of U.S. military personnel on Ukraine soil, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
Ukrainian military spokesman Vladislav Seleznyov said here Friday that at least 110 Ukrainian troops are being held captive by pro-independence rebels in eastern Ukraine, while 31 soldiers are still missing.
Leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine on Thursday urged the warring sides in Ukraine to fully comply with the measures agreed upon in the Belarus capital of Minsk last week, amid reports of frequent violations of ceasefire.
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